Housing & Community Development
NEIGHBORHOOD REVITALIZATION TAX CREDIT PROGRAM
The Neighborhood Revitalization Tax Credit Program (NRTC) provides business entities an 80 percent tax credit for funds provided to nonprofit entities carrying out comprehensive revitalization plans. Nonprofit entities must use at least 60% of the tax credit funds for housing and economic development; the remaining funds may be used for supportive services and other activities that promote neighborhood revitalization.
NRTC funds are used by neighborhood-based non-profit organizations that have prepared, submitted and received approval from the Department for a revitalization plan for the neighborhood it serves. The funds must be used by the eligible organizations for projects and activities that will implement the goals and strategies of the approved neighborhood plan. The maximum amount per application is $985,000.
A copy of the draft 2020-2030 Neighborhood Revitalization Plan below is available for public comment during a 30-day period starting March 18, 2020 through to April 17, 2020. Comments must be written and sent to Heather Santoro via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to: Holly City Development Corporation, 14 E. Mulberry Street, Millville, NJ 08332. Questions may also be directed to (856) 776-7979.
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT
2020-2024 Consolidated Plan
The Consolidated Plan is designed to be a collaborative process whereby the community establishes a unified vision for community development activities and how the City of Millville intends to use federal and non-federal resources to meet those needs. Strategic Planning and citizen participation take place in a comprehensive context during the preparation of the Five Year Consolidated Plan. Eligible activities include community facilities and improvements, housing rehabilitation and preservation, department activities, public services, economic development, historic preservation, planning, and administration. This Consolidated Plan for the City of Millville covers the period July 1, 2020 until June 30, 2024. The Plan allows the City to continue to receive federal housing and community development funds and must be submitted to the U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) by May 15, 2020.
A copy of the draft plan is in the links below. The public is invited to address written comments to: Millville CDBG Office, Millville City Hall, P.O. BOX 609, Millville, NJ 08332, Attention: Samantha Silvers. The public can also call 856-825-7000, ext. 7341 between 8:30– 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday.
|Name||Info Link||Due Date|
|FY2020 CDBG & Analysis of Impediments
First Public Notice
|FY2020 CDBG Second Public Notice||Public Notice #2||3/28/2020|
AVISO DE DISPONIBILIDAD DE
PLAN CONSOLIDADO DE CINCO AÑOS Y PLAN DE ACCION DE UN Año
|FY2020-2024 CDBG Consolidated Plan and FY2020 Annual Plan DRAFT||3/28/2020|
|FY2020-2024 Plan Schedule||5/15/2020|
|FY2015-2019 Plan||Final Plan||06/30/2020|
|FY2019 CDBG Annual Plan||Final Plan||06/30/2020|
Habitat for Humanity International is a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian housing ministry that has helped to build over 500,000 decent, affordable houses and served 2.5 million people worldwide. Our local chapter was founded in September of 1989 to help further the mission of providing deserving families with decent, safe and affordable housing here in Cumberland County. Today our network of volunteers, sponsors, and affiliate partnerships continues to grow.
Habitat has developed and is continuing to develop homes on Garfield Street off of South Second Street in Millville. For information on qualifying to purchase a new Habitat home, please find information on upcoming information sessions here:
Downtown improvements include:
- Comprehensive center city redevelopment strategy, including physical improvements, neighborhood revitalization, and the establishment of the Millville Development Corporation
- Numerous parking areas reconstructed
- Pedestrian walkways upgraded with brick paving system, ornamental lighting, and site amenities
The Riverfront Project located along the east side of the Maurice River provides several landscaped areas for passive recreation, a gazebo, and a boardwalk along the river's edge.